Stëblevë

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Stëblevë
Stëblevë is located in Albania
Stëblevë
Stëblevë
Coordinates: 41°20′N 20°29′E / 41.333°N 20.483°E / 41.333; 20.483Coordinates: 41°20′N 20°29′E / 41.333°N 20.483°E / 41.333; 20.483
Country Albania
CountyElbasan
MunicipalityLibrazhd
Population
 (2011)
 • Municipal unit
809
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Vehicle registrationLB

Stëblevë (Bulgarian: Стеблево, Macedonian: Стеблево) is a village and a former municipality in the Elbasan County in eastern Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality Librazhd.[1] The population at the 2011 census was 809.[2] The municipal unit consists of the villages Borovë, Llangë, Moglicë, Prodan, Sebisht, Steblevë and Zabzun.[3]

History[edit]

In 1900, Vasil Kanchov gathered and compiled statistics on demographics in the area and reported that the village of Stëblevë was inhabited by about 380 Bulgarian Christians and 400 Bulgarian Muslims.[4] As for the other towns in the modern municipality, Sebisht had a similar mix of Bulgarian Muslims and Christians as Stëblevë, Borovë was populated by Bulgarian Christians, Zabzun was populated by Albanian Muslims, while the other three towns in the municipality were not covered by Kanchov's statistics.[4]

Demographics[edit]

The villages of Zabzun, Borovë, Llangë, Moglicë, Prodan are located in the Stëblevë administrative unit and two villages are inhabited by Slavic populations: Stëblevë, which is inhabited solely by a Slavic speaking population[5] that according to some authors contains Macedonian Muslim (Torbeš).[6] Sebisht is inhabited by an Albanian population that dominates demographically in the village and contains three families from the Muslim Macedonian and Orthodox Macedonians population.[6] The Muslim Macedonian and Orthodox Macedonian population of the area are speakers of a south Slavic language[5] (Macedonian[6] or Bulgarian [7])

References[edit]

  1. ^ Law nr. 115/2014 Archived 2015-09-24 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ 2011 census results Archived 2015-09-24 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Population data on Elbasan County website
  4. ^ a b Vasil Kanchov (1901). Macedonia: Ethnography and Statistics -- Debar Kaza. Accessed 4 July 2017
  5. ^ a b Steinke, Klaus; Ylli, Xhelal (2008). Die slavischen Minderheiten in Albanien (SMA): Golloborda - Herbel - Kërçishti i Epërm. Teil 2. Munich: Verlag Otto Sagner. p. 10. ISBN 9783866880351. "Heute umfaßt das Gebiet von Golloborda in Albanien 22 Dörfer, die verwaltungstechnisch auf drei verschiedene Gemeinden aufgeteilt sind: 1. Die Gemeinde Ostren besteht aus dreizehn Dörfern, und Südslavisch wird in den folgenden neun Dörfern gesprochen: Ostreni i Madh (Golemo Ostreni/Ostreni Golemo), Kojavec (Kojovci), Lejçan (Lešničani), Lladomerica (Ladomerica/Ladimerica/Vlademerica), Ostreni i Vogël (Malo Ostreni/Malastreni/Ostreni Malo), Orzhanova (Oržanova), Radovesh (Radoveš/Radoeš/Radoešt), Tuçep (Tučepi) und Pasinka (Pasinki). 2. Die Gemeinde von Trebisht umfaßt die vier Dörfer Trebisht (Trebišta), Gjinovec (G'inovec/G'inec), Klenja (Klen'e) und Vërnica (Vărnica), und in allen wird Südslavisch gesprochen. 3. Die übrigen Dörfer von Golloborda gehören zur Gemeinde Stebleva, und zwar Stebleva, Zabzun, Borova, Sebisht, Llanga. Südslavisch wird in Stebleva (Steblo) sowie von drei Familien in Sebisht (Sebišta) gesprochen. Wie aus den bisherigen Ausführungen und den Erhebungen vor Ort hervorgeht, gibt es nur noch in fünfzehn der insgesamt Dörfer, die heute zu Golloborda gehören, slavophone Einwohner. Die Zahl der Dörfer in Golloborda wird manchmal auch mit 24 angegeben. Dann zählt man die Viertel des Dorfes Trebisht, und zwar Trebisht-Bala, Trebisht-Çelebia und Trebisht-Muçina separat."
  6. ^ a b c Vidoeski, Božidar (1998). Dijalektite na makedonskiot jazik. Vol. 1. Makedonska akademija na naukite i umetnostite. ISBN 9789989649509. 214. "Заедно со македонско христијанско население Торбеши живеат и во селата: Могорче, Требиште, Велебрдо, Ростуше, Јанче, Долно Косоврасти (во Река), Горенци, Житинени (во Жупа), Џепиште, Себишта, Пасинки, Големо и Мало Острени, Требишта, (во Голо Брдо),"; p. 309. "Во западна Македонија исламизирано македонско население живее во неколку географски региони на македонско-албанската пограничје:... Голо Брдо (Врмница, Владимирци, Гиновци, Клење, Лешничани, Љуболези, Големо и Мало Острени, Окштун, Отишани, Пасинки, Радовиште, Себишча, Српетово, Стеблево, Тучепи, Торбач, Џепишта)"; p 339. "Во повеќето од спомнативе села живее население - со македонски и со албански мачин јазик. Албанското население доминира во северните голобрдски села (Себишта, Пасинки, Врмница, Големо и Мало Острени). Селата: Лешничани, Требиште, Српетово, Торбач, Љуболези, Владимирица и Тучепи се населени со Македонски муслимани (Торбеши), а во Себишта, Требиште, Г. и М. Острени живее мешано население - православни и Торбеши."
  7. ^ Тончева, Веселка Българите от Голо Бърдо, Република Албания. Традиции, музика, идентичност, София 2009, ч. І, с. 13-14, 61. (Toncheva, Veselka. The Bulgarians from Golo Bardo, Albania. Traditions, Music, Identity, Sofia 209, p. 13, 61.))